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Chapter 4 (Lect 1) Combinational Circuits Analysis Design Half and Full Adders
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Combinational Circuit: A circuit whose outputs at any time are determined solely on the state of current inputs. Combinational Circuit: can be specified completely by a set of Boolean expressions. n - binary inputs ----- 2 n possible combinations m - Boolean functions to describe the outputs n inputs m outputs Gates
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Analysis of Combinational Logic: Given a circuit find: 1. Boolean functions that describes the circuit behavior 2. Truth table based on the functions 3. Possible narrative of circuit
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Boolean Expressions: (use intermediate outputs when helpful) A B A C F2 F1 B C A C C
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Truth Table: F1 = F2 = A B C F1 F2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1
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Design of Combinational Logic: Given Circuit specifications: 1. Determine the number of inputs and outputs 2. Make a truth table that defines the relationship of inputs and outputs 3. Derive simplified Boolean expression 4. Create logic diagram and verify
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Create a circuit that converts BCD to Excess-3 code List BCD List Excess-3 How many inputs? ____________ How many outputs? ____________
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Truth Table and K-Maps: A B C D wxyz w = don’t cares?
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Chapter4_1 - Chapter 4 (Lect 1) Combinational Circuits...

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